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Marianna Mkrtchyan

The 17th meeting of the CSTO Interstate Commission on Military and  Economic Cooperation kicked off in Yerevan

The 17th meeting of the CSTO Interstate Commission on Military and  Economic Cooperation kicked off in Yerevan

ArmInfo. The 17th meeting  of the Interstate Commission on Military-Economic Cooperation of the  Collective Security Treaty Organization begins its work in Yerevan.

According to the CSTO press service, Deputy Chairman of the  Government of the Russian Federation, Chairman of the Interstate  Comission Borisov Yuri Ivanovich chairs the meeting of the  Commission.  The Acting CSTO Secretary General Valery Semerikov takes  part in the work of the Commission.

The meeting participants will have to consider a wide range of issues  on implementation of decisions adopted by the Comission at a meeting  in September last year in Almaty (the Republic of Kazakhstan), as  well as in terms of implementing the measures of the  Military-Economic Cooperation Program of the CSTO member states,  adopted in May 2016.

Among the topics discussed are the implementation of measures in the  field of standardization of armaments and military equipment within  the framework of the CSTO, the creation of a cataloging system for  the supplies of the armed forces of the member states of the  Organization, the improvement of the quality of jointly developed and  manufactured military products, the mutual protection of intellectual  property rights obtained and used in the course of military-economic  cooperation of the CSTO member states.

Based on the results of the upcoming discussion, it is planned to  determine the tasks of the Commission for the coming year.

The CSTO Interstate Commission on Military-Economic Cooperation was  created by the Decision of the CSTO Collective Security Council of  June 23, 2005. One of the main functions of the Commission is to  develop recommendations and make decisions aimed at ensuring  multilateral military-economic (technical) cooperation in priority  areas of cooperation. Among them are the development and  implementation of long- term programs of military-economic  (technical) cooperation, the preservation of specialization and  cooperation in the production of military products, the creation of  joint ventures (organizations) for the development, production,  modernization, repair and disposal of military products, as well as  joint research and development work on the development and  modernization of military products.

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